The Finnish company HMD Global, which makes Nokia smartphones, unveiled the "Nokia 9 PureView" - the world's first smartphone with a five-camera array with ZEISS Optics to put next generation computational imaging technology into the hands of photography and technology enthusiasts. The trend so far has been limited to a maximum of three cameras, or in some cases four cameras at the back.
Other Nokia devices expected to be showcased at the event are Nokia 4.1 (2019), Nokia 3.2, Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 1 Plus. Opening the photo up on Instagram reveals that Nokia has partnered with Finnish photographer Konsta Punkka to test out "a Nokia phone" which is nearly certainly the Nokia 9 PureView. The unique combination of camera sensors enables the phone to collect 10 times more light than a phone with a single color camera sensor. The camera setup houses three monochrome and two RGB lenses - all with the same f/1.82 aperture.
The global price of the Nokia 9 PureView is set at $699. Nokia is partnering with Adobe for lens profiles that it will release soon.
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As for the Nokia 4.2 price, you'll be looking at $169 (around £130, AU$230) for the 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage model, while the 3GB/32GB variant is $199 / AED 599 (around £150, AU$270).
Of course, aside from capturing the detail, you'll also be able to native black and white photos. There is also no optical image stabilization available so you will have to rely on EIS. They offer fast updates (both in terms of monthly security patches and major software updates), near-stock builds of Android, nifty software features, and a variety of products at multiple price points. What that means is that HMD Global is bringing a true competitor into the flagship smartphone camera market, and we couldn't be more excited. The Nokia 9 can capture an insane 1200 focal planes, which allows for a much more granular set of adjustments. The phone's starting price is $699. Topping things off is an IP67 water and dust resistance rating and Qi Wireless Charging for its 3320 mAh battery.
Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 are the two mid-range smartphones from the company. One cute feature is a glowing notification ring around the power button on the Nokia 3.2 (above). As you might've read earlier, due to the chip-specific work needed to achieve the five-camera setup, it's still running last year's Snapdragon 845 flagship SoC.
The Nokia X6 was launched in China in May 2018. The phone has a rear camera of 13MP and a 5MP front camera. The Nokia 9 uses an in-display fingerprint scanner that is located a bit higher than usual. The phone features a 5.71-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. The phone has a 2 day battery life with a 4000 mAh battery. For selfies there's a 20-megapixel front camera. The Nokia 3.2 will come in Black and steel colour options.